There Must Be Thousands

There must be thousands of stars in the sky. No, I bet there are hundreds of thousands.

 

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Hundreds of thousands sounds like a lot. Can we write a numeral that big?

100,000

This numeral is one hundred thousand.
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WOW

That’s a lot of zeros.

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"Big" numerals are easy to read and understand if we look at the placement of the digits. We can tell the value of a digit by looking at the place it is in.  Click each digit below to see its value.

Six hundred thirty one thousand, five hundred twenty seven

 

 








 

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3,694

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92,571

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743,369

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901,317

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903,121

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867,911

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The standard form of writing this number is 208,658. The place of each digit tells us the value of that digit. 

Click each digit above to see the value of that digit.

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Write the standard form of this number.
9 ten thousands
8 thousands
0 hundreds
4 tens
7 ones

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Write the standard form of this number.

5 hundred thousands
0 ten thousands
1 thousands
3 hundreds
8 tens
2 ones

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Write the standard form of this number.

Be careful!  This one is tricky!

9 ten thousands
8 ones
0 hundreds
4 thousands
7 hundred thousands
5 tens

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Write the standard form of this number.
Be careful!  This one is tricky too!

2 ten thousands
0 ones
3 hundreds
8 thousands
5 hundred thousands
0 tens

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Write the standard form of this number.
This one is very tricky!   Be careful!

0 ones
1 tens
2 hundreds
3 thousands
4 ten thousands
5 hundred thousands

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Over a hundred thousand people watched the Olympics. That’s a lot of people!

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Use this chart to see the value of the digits.  Be sure to write each digit in its place.

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